“Google’s Work Safer provides companies with access to best-in-class security for email, meetings, messages, documents, and more. It uniquely brings together the cloud-native, zero-trust solutions of Google Workspace with BeyondCorp Enterprise for secure access with integrated threat and data protection,” Google said in a press release. Google will also combine the services of cybersecurity firms like CrowdStrike and Palo Alto Networks for Work Safer. The company said this would help businesses gain “a stronger security posture quickly.”
Google has unveiled “Work Safer,” a new tool aimed at corporations, government agencies, and small enterprises. Using this solution, these businesses will be able to give their employees with the tools they need to succeed in the contemporary hybrid work environment. Google Workspace is successfully integrated into collaboration and communication tools. 9to5 Under the Enterprise Plus tier, users will discover enterprise-grade versions of services including as Drive, Gmail, Meet, Calendar, and the Docs/Slides/Sheets trio. This will cost each user $18 per month.
The company also unveiled the Google Cybersecurity Action Team comprising of experts
Additionally, Work Safer will offer fraud prevention backed by reCAPTCHA Enterprise. Customers also have access to security analytics via Chronicle, and a handful of services to help them migrate to Workspace.
Google said Work Safer customers will also receive “Pixel phones managed with Android Enterprise, Chrome Enterprise Upgrade, and HP Chromebooks.” Moreover, Google will also offer the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro for testing purposes before making a larger purchase. The company is allowing interested customers to register for the program from its dedicated link here.
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